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International Conference on Computational Molecular Biology
CORE Rank (2018): B
Avg. acceptance rate: 9.1
Avg. acceptance rate (last 5 years): 9.1
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International Conference on Computational Molecular Biology (RECOMB) has an average acceptance rate of 9.1% (last 5 years 9.1%).


The following events of the series RECOMB are currently known in this wiki:

 OrdinalFromToCityCountryGeneral chairPC chairAcceptance rateAttendees
RECOMB 2020Jun 22Jun 25Online conferenceFabio Vandin
Matteo Comin
Barbara Di Camillo
Cinzia Pizzi
Russell S. Schwartz6.3
RECOMB 2019May 5May 8Washington, D.C.USAMax Alekseyev
Teresa Przytycka
Lenore J. Cowen9.7
RECOMB 2018Apr 21Apr 24ParisFranceYann Ponty
Mireille Régnier
Ben Raphae8.3
RECOMB 2017May 3May 7Hong KongChinaSiu Ming YiuCenk Sahinalp12.0




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The RECOMB conference series was founded in 1997 to provide a scientific forum for theoretical advances in computational biology and their applications in molecular biology and medicine. The conference solicits research contributions from all areas of computational molecular biology. Typical but not exclusive topics of interest include:

  • Molecular sequence analysis
  • Recognition of genes and regulatory elements
  • Molecular evolution
  • Gene expression
  • Biological networks
  • Sequencing and genotyping techniques
  • Genomics
  • Population genetics
  • Systems biology
  • Imaging
  • Computational proteomics
  • Molecular structural biology

The origins of the conference came from the mathematical and computational side of the field, and there remains a focus on computational advances. In addition, the effective use of computational techniques in biological discovery is also an important aspect of the conference.

Facts about "RECOMB"
EventSeries acronymRECOMB +
FieldCategory:Computational biology +
Has Average 5y Acceptance Rate9.1 +
Has Average Acceptance Rate9.1 +
Has CORE RankB +
IsAEventSeries + and Event series +
TitleInternational Conference on Computational Molecular Biology +